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they overcharged the case. it was clear to me as soon as the case occurred and i saw that george w. bush had -- george zimmerman had a laceration on the back of the head and a bloody nose, that meant to me there was a fight. because there is a fight, doesn't mean you get to kill the person. >> right. >> exactly. the question is did you start the fight? were you the aggressor? did you try to withdraw and what happened here is the prosecution did not play to its strength. >> uh-huh. >> its strength was that george zimmerman was the instigator. he was the one who was following. he had the mind set that this was a person who was up to no good. he was, they always get away with it. he had this mind set. >> uh-huh. >> he was following and ultimately made the confrontation. when you do that, you have to withdraw. >> right. >> to be able to use stand your ground and self-defense. the prosecution never did that. the case was a straight up manslaughter case, a voluntary manslaughter case. >> uh. >> means you acted in a culpable negligent way or a good faith and up reasonable belief. >> uh. >> the pros
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